Yes. To thin, and to clean up, you will have to use a solvent.
Exactly that: an oil painting on canvas.
Have the job done by a reputable professional art restorer. If the painting is valuable (or of sentimental value to you) don' t try a DIY job.
Painting with oil based paint made of safflower or flax seed oil.
You would want to hire a professional to clean the painting after having it appraised to be certain it is the real thing.
Staining cedar will always last longer than painting it. In either case the wood must be clean. Do not spray stain. If painting use two coats of primer and if using a oil base primer use a oil base topcoat.
I have a painting signed by almon to of a large landscape oil painting i got it in ohio.
what is a small oil painting by S.Manila worth
we can help clean the oil spill by volunteering to help clean the animals who have oil on them.
clean oil from rubber
We have a Zara Ellwood oil painting, Can you tell me what it is worth???
On a primed surface. Canvas or painting boards, or oil painting paper (no guarantees on durability then)
Yes, you can paint oil paint over sound water based paint easily, just be sure to degloss and clean the surface prior to painting.
painting of oil is called oil paint and painting of vinyl is called vinyl paint
it is an oil painting
It is an oil painting on canvas.
Cleaning Oil Paints out of BrushesI do a lot of painting and teaching painting. I clean brushes with soap and water or clothes washing powder made into a wet paste. Cleaning is easier if the brushes are rubbed into a rag first.Artists oil paint is made of pigment with linseed or sunflower oil. If you got linseed oil on your hands in the kitchen you would just clean it off with soap and water. Soap surrounds the oil and pigment with a slippery coating. This is a low effort and less toxic studio practice.
Yes, as long as the surface is clean, oil-free and dulled prior to painting.
The original is an oil painting, but it is widely known as a print.
whats the painting wearth
It is the longest religious oil painting in the world.
Why Paintings Darken Over TimeOil paintings darken and yellow over time as the varnish of the painting ages. Varnish is a transparent layer that applied over the top of most oil paintings. Varnish can collect dust and smoke over time thus obsucring the original color of the paintingHow is a Painting Cleaned?Oil paintings can be restored to their original appear by "cleaning" them. The process involves carefully removing the old varnish without removing the underlying paint.Profession RestorationCleaning a painting is a tedious process that involves harsh chemicals and carefully skill. Before attempting to clean a painting yourself, get some quotes from a professional restorer. Search for "oil painting restoration" and you will find many restorers that provide quotes via e-mail and can accept paintings via UPS.For example, http://oilpaintingdoctor.com